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Lululemon Running Tights
Size 4. New with tags. Really great running tights. I have the same pair in another size and they are my go to tights for running because they stay put! Bought these as a gift for someone else and didn’t end up giving it to them and they’ve sat in my closet ever since. ISOs please ✌🏻
Lululemon Seawheeze T-Shirt & Wristband
Lululemon Size 6 Ladies T-shirt and wristband. Unique, limited edition items. Received during Lululemon Seawheeze Half Marathon 2017. Black colour, only worn and washed once. Excellent condition. Wristband says: Because a slap on the butt might not be appropriate. Thanks for being a volunteer!
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fun fact: a bag must be reused 37 times to make it worthwhile to be sustainable. Think of it. It still requires plastic and the manufacturing start and end disposal. A cotton bag a whopping 7100 times! Found this great article. Next time lululemon or any store gives you a free bag just say no thank you. Especially at tradeshows!! Pack one to go for all times!! Say no the next time a store offers you a “free” bag. Doing environmental research on manufacturing and disposal, the two areas of most pollution and waste and over manufacturing of ‘green washing’ products. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.downtoearth.org.in/news/waste/amp/here-s-how-many-times-you-actually-need-to-reuse-your-shopping-bags-61339 https://www.smartcompany.com.au/industries/retail/plastic-bag-ban-how-many-times-need-reuse-shopping-bags/ I do research on consumer goods and behaviour and one things we're not so good about is our reusing habits. We're good in some things, but forget our bags when we're out and about town and take them anyways not thinking of the clutter we're creating in our homes and world! Every time we pick up a 'free' new bag when we go out and buy something to the stores and given a 'reuse' bag is just as bad as using a disposable plastic, if that bag isn't used over and over to fulfill it's plastic bag life.